The Science of Self-Learning - Peter Hollins

The Science of Self-Learning

The Science of Self-Learning

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How to learn effectively when you have to be both the teacher and student. Work smarter and save yourself countless hours.

Self-learning is not just about performing better in the classroom or the office. It’s about being able to aim your life in whatever direction you choose and conquering the obstacles in front of you.

Replicable methods and insights to build expertise from ground zero.

The Science of Self-Learning focuses not only on learning, but what it means to direct your own learning. Anyone can read a book, but what about more? You will learn to deconstruct a topic and then construct your own syllabus and plan. Gathering information, initial research, having a dialogue with new information - unlock these skills and you will unlock your life.

Make complex topics painless and less intimidating to approach and break down.

Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience.

Develop habits and skills to fulfill your career or hobby goals.

•Understand the learning success pyramid and how self-regulation and confidence impact learning.
•How to stay motivated in tedious and tiring learning.
•The SQ3R Method and conversing with information.
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Útgefandi: PublishDrive
Útgefið: 2019-03-09
ISBN: 6610000158768
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